Without graphics, the system is useless. If your machine can contain multiple GPUs, Windows 10 support them in configuring the dedicated graphics card an application must use. These settings help in increasing the performance of the battery and increase its life. The Settings section in Windows 10, since the updated version from April 2018, has the option to set the preferred graphics card for the apps to run, by the desktop and MS store.
The steps mentioned enables the applications to use the GPU as specified or preferred by you in the settings section. The app uses the graphic processor that is best suitable for it irrespective of the settings in the system. In such cases, what we can do is change the preference directly in the app. Discrete has its RAM while integrated GPU’s don’t. Let’s understand the steps to change the default graphics card from settings in window 10, to get the best performance.
Change Default Graphics Card from Settings in Windows 10
Here is How to Change Default Graphics Card from Settings in Windows 10 –
Well, we have explained the three graphic specifications options below –
Let Windows decide – By default this allows Windows 10 to use Graphic processors automatically.
Power saving – Less complicated or complex apps run on power-saving mode. It limits the apps to the integrated graphics processor.
High performance – This is selected for complex apps with high demand such as games, videos with high graphics, etc.
In case, you want to stop using a preferred GPU, we must go to the app list to select and then remove it. Then select the systems default option.